The well-known manufacturer of trucks, military and special cars Tatra Trucks is negotiating a partnership with the American carmaker AM General. The Prague Stock Exchange is in the limelight after years. With ten percent earned in the last year, the PX index has shone like a nova in Europe’s investment sky. In fact, it owes a single share. Energy CEZ. The Prague deputies have on their table a change in the zoning plan in Malvazinky. The land in Nad Mrázovkou Street belongs to Michal Čamek.
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The well-known manufacturer of trucks, military and special cars Tatra Trucks is negotiating a partnership with the American carmaker AM General. According to the E15 daily, representatives of both companies met in Washington last week as part of a visit of Czech entrepreneurs brought to the USA by Senate President Miloš Vystrčil (ODS).
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The Prague Stock Exchange is in the limelight after years. With ten percent earned in the last year, the PX index has shone like a new one in the investment sky of Europe and it is currently difficult for any developed market in the world to compete with Prague. However, the domestic PX index actually owes a single share. CEZ energy companies. At the same time, the issue is driven by wild speculation about the division of the company. The Prague Stock Exchange “CEZ Republic” is currently in political chess. “Above all, it is important to do everything after mature consideration, and not on the basis of one-off ideas and advice from Twitter smartmen who have currently bought CEZ shares and would love the state to announce their buyout at a high price now,” says Petr Koblic, head of the Prague Stock Exchange.
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The Prague deputies have on their table a change in the zoning plan in Malvazinky. Although the conversion of plots into buildings is always a thorny issue in the green areas within the metropolis, this time it burns all the more because the area where it is to be built is owned by one of Prague’s important business figures. The land in Nad Mrázovkou Street belongs to Michal Čamek. His Center company manages and maintains a number of public spaces and other properties owned by the capital and city districts.
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